The Stutz Motorcar Company manufactured automobiles from 1911 to 1935.
This 1932 model is designated a boattail speedster because the
curvaceous rear body design is reminiscent of a sleek speedboat.
car features two front driving lights that turn with the front wheels.
The engine is a straight 8 with four valves per cylinder (2 intake & 2
exhaust) and hemispherical (Hemi head) combustion chambers.
With a factory guaranteed 100+ mph top speed, this sporty automobile
was coveted by many Hollywood playboys.
Vehicle on loan courtesy of the LeMay Collection of